Save The Not-So-Big Three...With T-Shirts!

The "Save GM" t-shirt went over so well, we decided to expand the not-official Jalopnik store offerings to now include the rest of the not-so-Big Three with Save Ford and Save Chrysler t-shirts plus an exclusive Save Detroit t-shirt. In these trying times, one needs to be sporting a kitschy t-shirt and frankly, because… » 12/05/08 11:00am 12/05/08 11:00am

Mitt Romney Changes Tune When It Comes To Michigan

If you hadn't noticed yet, Tweedle-dee, Tweedle-dumb and Tweedle-how-stupid-are-you-to-take-a- fleet-of-jets » 11/20/08 1:30pm 11/20/08 1:30pm and their haven't done anything to or either of the other not-so-Big Three. The Senate is with their behavior. But here comes Mitt Romney, "favorite son" of Michigan. The guy who took and before the Michigan…

Mainstream Media Finds Major 'Merican Automaker On YouTube

The internet reporter for CNN » 11/17/08 6:30pm 11/17/08 6:30pm's "The Situation Room" used her fancy touchscreen computer to highlight how GM has transformed its YouTube channel page from a place where it brags, into a place where, increasingly, it begs. Last year around this time there was video of people doing , but now, , it's all videos of guys in…

What Domestic Car Are You Going To Miss The Most?

Despite the pleas » 11/17/08 11:30am 11/17/08 11:30am for the government (or rich spacemen) to and other domestic automakers, a may not come soon enough, leaving many of these companies to fail. A world without GM, Ford and Chrysler would more than likely mean a world without Camaros, Mustangs, F-150s, Jeeps and Corvettes (well, until Tata buys up the …

GM Tries Making The Case To "Save GM" On YouTube

One of the biggest problems we've had with the request U.S. automakers have made for financial assistance from the Feds to avoid bankruptcy has been a lack of centralized message. The General's apparently trying to change that, this by heading to YouTube by way of their GMFactsandFiction » 11/17/08 9:15am 11/17/08 9:15am website. The video, titled "The …

CNBC's Jim Cramer: "What's Good For GM Is Still Good For America"

The red rubber bull-biting bald man by the name of Jim Cramer had a mouthful to say about the Motor City today — making clear his belief that if Motown gets showed D.C.'s checkbook, then we've seen the lows of this financial downturn. I tend to agree. Right now, according to Cramer, the issue isn't anymore whether you… » 11/14/08 6:45pm 11/14/08 6:45pm